Kanye West went from one of Hip-Hop’s most beloved and celebrated artists to it’s most polarizing figure in the age of Donald Trump. From stating that George Bush “doesn’t care about Black people” to revealing he feels like “Superman” whenever he puts on his Make America Great Again hat while declaring that slavery was a […]

Logic has come a long way from his humble beginnings in the Washington suburb of Gaithersburg, Maryland. Now a legitimate star, the prolific rapper fresh off a new mixtape release sat down with Beats 1’s Zane Lowe for an exclusive, wide-ranging chat that covered his admiration of Drake, almost quitting music and more.

Will Smith’s recent return to rapping wasn’t just some happenstance encounter in a studio where Bomba Estereo was performing. It seems that The Fresh Prince is ready to dust off his microphone for a world tour, and he’s taking his DJ Jazzy Jeff along for the ride.

Kanye West made his return to BBC 1 to chop it up with Zane Lowe, and it’s safe to say that things have changed for the better since their memorable rendezvous 18 month ago.

BBC 1’s Zane Lowe managed to speak with renowned, yet reclusive, Def Jam founder, producer, among other things, Rick Rubin, for a hour long interview. Topics included, but weren’t limited to his work with Russell Simmons, working with the likes of The Beastie Boys, Kanye West, and Eminem, and more.

Eminem has his sights set on the UK this summer, as he recently gave BBC radio host Zane Lowe some privileged information. As per his announcement, the superstar MC will be performing at the world renowned Wembley Stadium in London on July 11.

BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe continued his string of thoughtful interviews with top MCs into the new year with Rick Ross, but that was only a warm up. Today, the media personality unveiled a candid discussion with the legendary Nas.

BBC 1’s Zane Lowe strategically selects his interview subjects. With a year stretch that includes now infamous discussions with Kanye West, Jay Z, Eminem, Pusha T and more, Rick Ross now joins the fold after scoring another number one album in Mastermind.

Quiet as kept, Pusha T dropped one of the better albums of the year with My Name Is My Name. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper is currently in the UK for a promo run and sat down with an interview with the BBC’s Zane Lowe.

Parts three and four a BBC 1’s host Zane Lowe’s discussion with Eminem are here. With that, we receive more candid words from the MC’s recollection of making The Marshall Mathers LP 2.

UPDATE: Part two of Eminem’s candid interview with Zane Lowe can be found on the second page. Today, we receive part one of BBC 1 host Zane Lowe‘s discussion with Eminem. As the trifecta in a streak of interviews that includes popular conversations with Jay Z and Kanye West, Lowe sticks to the script by […]

When Kanye West sits down for an interview, a stir in the media, Internets, and the like is sure to follow almost every time. Last night was no different, as the rapper sat with late night talk show host, Jimmy Kimmel, to discuss the skit spoofing his discussion with Zane Lowe.